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Adel Beck (Adel)
Black & White imagec1967. View through the trees.
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Adel Beck (Adel) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1967. View of Adel Beck looking west through the trees.
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Adel Woods, Seven Arches Aqueduct (Adel) (1 comment)
Black & White image1906. View of the Seven Arches Aqueduct in Adel Woods. This was built to carry water from the Eccup Reservoir to the City Centre, at the point where the underground pipes and tunnels crossed Adel Beck.
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Adel Woods, Seven Arches Aqueduct (Adel)
Black & White imageC1911. Postcard view of Adel Woods showing the Seven Arches aqueduct, which carried the water supply from Eccup Reservior to the City Centre across Adel Beck.
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Eastmoor Farm, Tile Lane (Adel)
Colour imageMarch 2013. View shows Eastmoor Farm on Tile Lane, near Spring Hill. This was originally the farm for Leeds Reformatory for Boys (later Eastmoor Approved school) on the opposite side of Spring Hill,also on Tile Lane, which opened in 1857. The school closed and had been undergoing preliminary work for a large housing development before the recession hit. Since then, however, the plans have changed and the old site of Eastmoor School has now been re-developed as Adel Beck Secure Children's Home, a £12.5 million complex with 24 bedrooms, a teaching block, a canteen, leisure facilities and administrative space. (2015)
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